Does Painful Ejaculation Mean I Have Hiv
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Posted by missing, 1 ReplyI gave my boyfriend unprotected oral sex and he ejaculated in my mouth. Two days later one of my tonsils (the other one look ok) is inflamed very badly, and the doctor prescribed me some anti-biotic. My throat is very painful, but I don't have any... Read more »
Posted by mathew, 1 ReplyHello, I'm 23 year old male living and studying abroad (UK).
I have serious relationship and I am engaged.
It was almost perfect but I ended up cheating on her.
Sorry for long story in advance, but English is not my mother tongue so I'll try my... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesOK, hopefully this question doesn't seem too ignorant. I realize that unprotected sex is plain stupid with someone you don't know well and only condoms can protect you against STD's and HIV etc. Here is my question.... When assessing your "risk"... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesI'm 47-yrs old and have been living with HIV/AIDS for 12 years. My current "cocktail" consists of Viracept, Fortovase, Viramune, and Zerit. I've been on this combo for about a year. In the past couple of months I've noticed that when I reach the... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesHi there
Does anyone know or has heard of any evidence to suggest that heterosexual unprotected sex without ejaculation lowers the possible risk of infection? I am currently going out of my mind with worry due to a one-time incident with a guy whose... Read more »
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Test Positive Aware NetworkHi there,1. Not in the slightest.2. Unprotected vaginal sex is a higher risk activity. Especially for the receptive partner. Since he never ejaculated in you the risk was lower, but still there.3. There is no way to tell.You can test 28 days from... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineManagement of anal warts due to HPV infection can be challenging even in the HIV-negative population. HIV+ persons often have a more difficult time managing recurrent anal warts. Getting treated for the HIV with recovery of immune function may help... Read more »
University of North CarolinaHello thereMutual masturbation is an extremely low to no risk activity. HIV starts to die the moment it leaves the human body. Furthermore, the virus needs to find its way into your bloodstream. Just having the virus sitting on the surface of a your... Read more »
University of Cincinnati, College of MedicineBlood in your ejaculate is not caused by the drugs you are on. This often means that there is an infection somewhere in the male genital tract, although the prostate is the best bet if you have no other symptoms. Prostatitis is often difficult to... Read more »
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